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aboyer
to bark
accompagner
to accompany
accomplir
to accomplish
achever
to finish, complete
adopter
to adopt
ajouter
to add
s'en aller
to leave, go away
amener
to bring (a person)
apercevoir
to notice, catch sight of
apparaître
to appear
s'apercevoir
to realize
appartenir
to belong
appeler
to call
s'appeler
to be named, called
apprendre
to learn
s'approcher
to approach, come closer
appuyer
to lean; to bear, support
arranger
to arrange
s'asseoir
to sit down
avancer
to advance
se baigner
to take a bath; to go swimming
baisser
to lower
se baisser
to bend down
bâtir
to build
battre
to beat
se battre
to fight
blesser
to wound, injure
se blesser
to injure oneself
bouger
to move
brosser
to brush
se brosser (les cheveux)
to brush (one's hair)
brûler
to burn
cacher
to hide
casser
to break
se casser
to break (a limb)
céder
to yield
changer
to change
charger
to load
chasser
to hunt; to chase away
chauffer
to heat (up)
coller
to paste, stick
combattre
to fight, combat
commander
to command, order
commettre
to commit
compléter
to complete
compter
to count
concerner
to concern, involve
connaître
to know, be acquainted with
consentir
to consent, agree
considérer
to consider
construire
to construct, build
contenir
to contain
contrôler
to check (out); to control
convaincre
to convince
convenir
to be fitting, suitable
se coucher
to go to bed; to lie down
couler
to flow
coûter
to cost
couvrir
to cover
craindre
to fear
créer
to create
crier
to shout, cry out
cultiver
to cultivate; to grow
croire
to believe
déchirer
to tear, rip
déclarer
to declare, state
découvrir
to discover; to uncover
défendre
to defend; to forbid
demander
to ask
demeurer
to remain, stay
se dépêcher
to hurry
dépenser
to spend
déplaire
to displease
descendre
to go down; to exit [a vehicle]
se déshabiller
to undress
désirer
to desire, to want
désoler
to sadden, to depress
dessiner
to draw
se détendre
to relax
devoir
to owe; to have to, be obliged to
diriger
to direct
disparaître
to disappear
douter
to doubt
durer
to last
échanger
to exchange
éclaircir
to illuminate, enlighten
élever
to erect; to raise (a child)
embaucher
to hire
emmener
to lead away
empêcher
to prevent
employer
to employ, use
emporter
to take away, carry off
s'endormir
to go to sleep, fall asleep
enlever
to remove, take off; kidnap
ennuyer
to annoy; to bore
s'ennuyer
to get bored
enseigner
to teach
entendre
to hear
enterrer
to bury
entourer
to surround
envelopper
to wrap up
envoyer
to send
épeler
to spell
éplucher
to peel (vegetables)
essayer
to try
essuyer
to wipe
éteindre
to extinguish (fire); to turn out (lights)
exagérer
to exaggerate
exister
to exist
expliquer
to explain
se fâcher
to get angry
falloir (il faut)
to have to, be necessary
fermer
to close
flotter
to float
fonctionner
to function; to work
forcer
to force
forger
to forge
frapper
to strike, hit
fréquenter
to frequent, go to
fumer
to smoke
garder
to keep
geler
to freeze
guérir
to cure; to get well
mener
lead, guide
s'impatienter
to get impatient
inquiéter
to worry (someone)
s'inquiéter
to get worried, worry
intéresser
to interest
interroger
to interrogate, question
jeter
to throw (away)
juger
to judge
laisser
to let; to leave
lancer
to throw, launch
lever
to raise, lift
se lever
to get up
loger
to live (somewhere); to house
manquer
to miss, be lacking; to fail
se marier
to marry, get married
menacer
to threaten
mener
to lead, guide
mesurer
to measure
se mettre à
to begin, start
monter
to climb
montrer
to show
neiger
to snow
nettoyer
to clean
obéir
to obey
obtenir
to get, obtain
occuper
to occupy
s'occuper (de)
to take care of
paraître
to seem
pardonner
to pardon, forgive
partager
to share
passer
to pass; to spend (time)
se passer
to pass; go by
pêcher
to fish
peindre
to paint
percer
to pierce
permettre (à)
to allow, permit
perturber
to disturb, perturb
peser
to weigh
placer
to place
plaindre
to pity
se plaindre
to complain, lament
plaire
to please
plier
to fold
porter
to carry; to wear
poser
to put, set down; to ask a question
posséder
to possess, own
poursuivre
to pursue
se presser
to hurry
prétendre
to claim
prêter
to loan
prévoir
to foresee, anticipate
prier
to ask to, beg; to pray
projeter
to project; to plan
promettre
to promise
prononcer
to pronounce
provenir de
to come, derive from
publier
to publish